They may be old and banged up, but there's still life left in them.
They may not look like much at the moment, but these two 1967 Fiat Dino coupes share a lineage to the famous Ferrari Dino. You see, the former was the car that allowed Ferrari to have the required production numbers to homologate the Dino sports car for Formula 2 racing. In production from 1966 until 1973, the Fiat Dino was sold as both a coupe and convertible. And yes, it was powered by that same 2.0-liter V6 that was used in the first mid-engined Ferrari (although it was never sold as a Ferrari).
The engine was paired to a five-speed manual gearbox and total output was rated at 158 horsepower. Fiat built the engines for its car as well as that of the race-going version. All told, about 7,800 Fiat Dino coupes and convertibles were built. And now two of them are up for sale on eBay, but they're not exactly in, shall we say, good condition. Not only do both of these cars need to be restored, one is actually without an engine. The green one is missing the V6, yet its body is in pretty solid shape. And the red car has the engine, although it's pretty much a rust bucket. Both are being sold as is for a buy it now price of $8,000. Perhaps the best thing to do is merge the best of both car into one and take it from there.